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THREE FOR THE ROAD: Cancer patient Susan Cauchi enjoys a Harley Davidson tour of the Great Ocean Road with mum Laura on her left and son Max Wagland on the right. The trio were among 120 guests and volunteers at an emotional retreat for brain cancer patients in the Otways last weekend. FULL STORY PAGE 11 (Louisa Jones) 164913

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Geelong’s first international cricket match is on track for a capacity crowd, the sport’s national governing body confirmed yesterday (Thursday). Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland said the match was “the first major test” of Geelong’s desire for international fixtures and a

Big Bash side. “I’d like to see on the weekend just how the community does support big-time cricket coming here,” he said. “Hopefully, we’ll see a great crowd and that will send a strong message to us ... that Geelong wants more.” Mr Sutherland said Cricket Australia had no plans to expand the

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Express plan to speed up Geelong ‘1958 train time’ Transport advocates want express Geelong-Melbourne trains to shave up to 21 minutes off commuter trips. Local commuters should have the choice of 50-minute services stopping only at North Geelong and Footscray, Rail Futures Institute secretary Bill Russell said. “Current journey times are now no faster than they were in 1958, partly because new suburban stations have been added to the Geelong line,” Mr Russell said. Public Transport Victoria’s website shows that Geelong to Melbourne trains take 56 to 71 minutes. Overcrowding from new suburban stations on the Geelong line would only worsen as residential development expanded, Mr Russell said. He described the Victorian Government’s $4.2 billion Regional Rail Link as “a victim of

its own success”. “It’s turning the Geelong line into a suburban line and risks defeating the link’s purpose of separating V/Line and Metro trains to allow speedier journeys for regional passengers.” Express trains would only be a short-term solution, Mr Russell said. He urged the Government to electrify the Wyndham Vale corridor and separate it from V/ Line services. “Extra tracks would be required to accommodate Geelong express trains that would pass electric trains stopping at the new south-west metropolitan stations. “If the suburban and regional networks are not separated, Geelong is liable to become the terminus of a long slow suburban journey.” Mr Russell said a pair of express tracks added to the Regional Rail Link line would cut the

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In Brief Police injured Police have arrested a 14-year-old girl and continue hunting for “several other suspects” after a car chase ended with four officers injured as their vehicles collided on Geelong’s Mercer St. The officers were “expected to make full recoveries” after one vehicle hit the side of the other as they chased an allegedly stolen car on Saturday, police said.

Geelong-Melbourne trip to 45 minutes and potentially take 40,000 cars off the road. “Duplication is urgently needed between South Geelong and Waurn Ponds to service the burgeoning communities to the west and south of Geelong CBD,” he said. The institute called for a new Corio Parkway station on Geelong’s northern outskirts to replace the “poorly patronised” Corio station. The Government should also accelerate implementation of a planned train stabling and maintenance centre near Waurn Ponds, the institute urged. “(This) will also greatly improve the efficiency and reliability of the entire Geelong line and create new skilled jobs for Geelong workers,” Mr Russell said. Longer-term proposals for Geelong rail services are included in the institute’s InterCity report.

Grammar lessons Geelong Grammar School failed to inform police about a series of sex assault allegations against former teachers, according to a royal commission report. The reported highlighted an absence before 1994 of “formal systems, policies and procedures” for dealing with sex abuse allegedly committed between the 1950s and ’90s.

Star signs An “integral part” of the Cats’ midfield has signed a contract extension until the end of 2020, the club has announced. Premiership player Mitch Duncan, 25, (pictured) agreed to an extension of two years after 135 games with the Cats, the club said.

TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS: Megan James and Caley Lister call for business excellence awards nominations with Geelong Chamber of Commerce’s Kelli Finlayson.

$9.3m project Construction of a $9.3 million Leopold Library is set to begin in April, City Hall has announced. The two-storey library would sit on the south side of Leopold’s new child care centre to provide a new community precinct for the town, City Hall’s Linda Quinn said.

Trains later V/Line’s Geelong service punctuality has declined after reaching a high of 93.6 per cent of trains on time in October, according to new figures. January’s rate fell to 83.3 per cent to give Geelong services a 12-month punctuality average of 88.5, a Public Transport Victoria’s report revealed.

Small businesses, huge benefits with excellence awards Business Excellence Awards opened a month ago and close 30 March at gbea.com.au Anyone, including shoppers, clients and suppliers, can nominate businesses, either confidentially or with their identification supplied. The awards officially launch next Thursday, with a wrap-around feature in the following day’s Geelong Indy. Winners will be named at a gala presentation evening at Simonds Stadium on 17 August. Megan was surprised at the diversity of early nominees, with businesses of all sizes and sectors among the 120 nominated so far. “It’s fantastic to see so many different-size or-

ganisations nominated,” she said. “We’re excited that a lot of businesses are potential first-time entrants and are keen to expose their business to this process. With 21 award categories this year there are plenty of opportunities for these businesses to shine.” The sisters were looking forward to the various rewards of participating in the awards. “We’ve heard from others that you learn a lot about your own business by going through the entry process, which we know we will benefit from and ultimately it’s great exposure for our business,” Caley said. The Indy is a sponsor of the awards.

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Some Cats fans think he might have been shown the door prematurely but few would have concern for the post-footy career - or should that be careers - of Jimmy Bartel. Armed with a business degree, he’s launched his own footy boot company, has a series of ambassadorships with various brands and dabbles in media commentary, among various earners. This week he was promoting an annual baby search competition under the umbrella of undies giant Bond. There he was (pictured), all stubbly good looks with adorable son Aston in arms, both looking a million bucks. And worth even more!

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From success in the endorsements world, another Geelong figure is rising through the ranks in a very different field. Hamburgers, to be exact. And who else but A Cut Above Family Butcher’s Daniel McCarthy, the same bloke who supplied the turkeys for the Indy’s Talkin’ Turkey competition before Christmas. With a state title already in hand for his store’s ‘Bonza Burger’, Daniel’s off to Tasmania this MINCE MEET: Daniel McCarthy with Bonza Burgers.

weekend to compete for the Australian Industry Meat Council’s national best hamburger prize. “It’s a tough competition, so we’re a little bit nervous,” he said. Go, Daniel - give ’em one with the lot! The funeral of Geelong’s Anthony Costa this week summoned many touching tributes. One of the brothers behind the Costa Group empire, he was variously described as “warm and friendly”, a “loyal, caring, kind friend” and an outstanding family man. But he was also extremely courageous, as brother Frank explained on Channel 7’s Gangs of Oz series in 2010. The topic was the Costas’ dangerous wrestle with the Calabrian mafia in the early ’90s, on behalf of Coles. The supermarket chain had enlisted the Costas to help it escape the mafia’s 50-cent tax on each box of fresh produce. The plan was for the family to take over the business, restoring fair pricing. The bad guys were unimpressed. The death threats began. The stakes were high and the risks very real. The brothers decided to fight fire with fire and Anthony was the torch-bearer. “I said to Anthony ‘you go back tomorrow morning and tell that (mafia) guy that anyone in our family gets touched, a hair on their head, exactly double that for that group’,” Frank told the program. “And we’d start with that guy’s family first. You have to bluff them - and it worked. “Anthony’s a big, burly bloke anyway, so he went and delivered that and that stopped it.” Delivering in person a death threat to the mafia! Unbelievable! Vale, Anthony Costa - and thanks for our fruit and veg prices.

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From page 1 A spokesperson for Cricket Australia confirmed it had sold 13,000 tickets as of Thursday for the T20 match between Australia and Sri Lanka on Sunday. The spokesperson said Cricket Australia expected locals to fill the ground, which has a reduced capacity of about 20,000 due to construction works. He added it was expecting a “walk-in crowd” of between 3000 and 5000. “We’re on track for a massive crowd,” the spokesperson said. “But there are tickets still available.” Big hitting Colac-born captain Aaron Finch said the match was huge opportunity for this year’s T20 standouts, with the test side touring India. While he admitted the scheduled clash would take a “bit of shine” off the match, he said it would still include some of Australia’s best. “When you look at the mix of youth and experience, there are some players who have worked to this point for a long time now. “There’s also some guys coming off a really successful Big Bash that get their opportunity.” Veteran batsman Michael Klinger is set to make a long awaited-debut for his country after being named in Australia’s 13-man squad. Strikers opener Ben Dunk earned a call-up when Brisbane Heat master blaster Chris Lynn was ruled out due to a neck injury. Dangerous quick Lasith Malinga is set to make his return to international cricket after being named in Sri Lanka’s 15-man squad. Malinga last played for his national side more than a year ago, taking 4-26 against the UAE in an Asia Cup T20 match before succumbing to injury. Sri Lanka has named Upul Tharanga as its new skipper in lieu of the injured Angelo Mathews.

By Luke Voogt A Hamlyn Heights pensioner brutally who was assaulted at home in August is living in fear after a second attack in central Geelong. Wally Janeczko told the Indy he was sitting in the city mall drinking a can of coke about a month ago when a man approached. “He came up and pushed me and tried to get into my wallet,” Mr Janeczko said. The man continued to push and harass him until police arrived, he said. “Two police officers came around and got him away from me.” The 67-year-old suspected the attack was connected with August’s alleged home invasion. “But I have no way of proving it.” Geelong police had no record of the incident. The alleged attack comes as Mr Janeczko continued seeking compensation from Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal for the August assault. Mr Janeczko suffered severe bruising form the allegedly home-invasion assault. Mr Janeczko is eligible for $1300 to $3250 compensation as a victim of Category B violence. Geelong lawyer Andrew Senia offered him pro-bono help late last year, saying Mr Janeczko deserved greater compensation given his injuries.

AFRAID: Victim of violence Wally Janeczko meets lawyer Andrew Senia. 164998_01 But the State Government’s focus on bail laws had left crime victims “forgotten”, Mr Senia said. “Our legislation covering compensation for innocent victims of crime is hopelessly inadequate and should immediately be reviewed and

simplified by the State Government.” Maximum compensation for Category A violence was $10,000, Mr Senia said. “But for Category A you have to be virtually dead to qualify.”

Children ‘lead surge in crime around Geelong region’ Children are leading Geelong’s crime surge with an increase of 35 per cent in offences, according to police figures. Police recorded 1156 offences involving offenders aged under 18 between October 2015 and September 2016, up on 891 the previous year. Children accounted for 16 per cent of offences, higher than the Victorian average of almost 12 per

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Ninety-four young athletes will soon start training with Barwon Sports Academy as it celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. The academy has produced five world champions, including Paralympian runner Kelly Cartwright, water skier Jacinta Carroll and swimmer Phoebe Mitchell. Among the academy’s new athletes are water polo prodigy Alexandra Scorgie, golfer Georgia Fish and surf lifesaver Oliver Watson. Watson had a stand-out performance at the Victorian Enduro Championships in 2016 winning gold in the 2.5km surf race and 6km board race. The 17-year-old also won silver in the under-17 Ironman, bronze in the surf race and board relay, and gold in the board rescue at the 2016 Victorian Titles. Colac’s Georgie Fish will once again join the academy after breaking the ladies course record at Barwon Valley Golf Course in 2016. The talented 16-year-old was a member of the Golf Victoria Junior Development squad in 2016. Scorgie, 15, joins the academy after leading the

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Grandma takes lead for Land 400 By Luke Voogt With Geelong leaders lukewarm on lobbying to bring a $5 billion defence contract to the city, Grovedale octogenarian Robyn Seymour is stepping up in their place. Robyn spoke out after the Indy reported that the two final bidders for the Land 400 combat vehicle project were keen on Geelong despite Industry Minister Wade Noonan claiming they preferred Melbourne. Last week the chief of local municipal alliance body G21, Elaine Carbines, declined to lobby the Andrews government on Geelong’s behalf, calling the city a “very unlikely proposition” based on advice from “the minister and senior bureaucrats”. Committee for Geelong boss Rebecca Casson and City Hall administrator Kathy Alexander also declined to lobby for Geelong to host the project. Enter Robyn, turning 90 this year. “I think it would be very good for Geelong because so many men are out of work at Ford and Alcoa - it would give them jobs,” she told the Indy. “(The politicians) don’t seem to realise how serious it is. It hasn’t really hit people yet.” Robyn, who lived at North Shore during World War II, remembered the factory churning out military vehicles daily. “You’d see them in the driveway at Ford - they were all over the place. “They seemed to be pretty busy with the vehicles.” Ford suspended commercial operations for full-scale military production, manufacturing landing craft and artillery components. Robyn remembered Americans moving into huts near Geelong’s international harvester. “At the harvester they used to assemble planes and fly them up and down the paddock.” Robyn worked for decades at Ford, retiring at age 57 in 1983. “A long time after the war I worked at Ford in the medical centre and at the casting plant,” she said.

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REAL LEADERSHIP: Grovedale’s Robyn Seymour reckons Ford’s disused Geelong factory would be perfect for Land 400. 164940 Picture: LOUISA JONES ments are competing to win the contract, with the latter stumping up a $100 million support package. The Andrews government has yet to reveal details of any support for the Victorian bid.

Robyn believes Geelong, with its defence history and automotive expertise, is the perfect location for manufacturing military vehicles. “I don’t see why they can’t do it again,” she said. The Victorian and South Australian Govern-

The Andrews government is “bullying” bidders for a $5 billion defence contract to choose Melbourne over Geelong, according to a Coalition MP. “Bullying is second nature to Daniel Andrews, and he’s at it again with this project,” said Western Victoria Region MP Simon Ramsay. He demanded the government advocate for Geelong as the preferred site for phase two of Land 400. Last week Mr Ramsay told parliament State Industry Minister Wade Noonan was “warping the truth” on the bidders’ preferred location. “Minister Wade Noonan ... said the two tenderers for the $5 billion Land 400 project ... preferred only the Fishermans Bend site. That has actually been proved incorrect because both companies (said) they were willing to work in Geelong.” Mr Ramsay called on the government to explain why Fishermans Bend was its “preferred site”. He believed that the suburb’s former Holden factory was earmarked to prevent a $130 million state purchase of the site looking ‘‘limp.” Mr Noonan said Mr Ramsay should stop attacking the government and instead advocate for Victoria to win the contract. “Discussions between the final two bidders and the ... government have revealed Fishermans Bend would be the preferred location if they chose to assemble these vehicles in our state,” he said. “The former ... Holden property at Fishermans Bend will be a leading design and engineering precinct, creating jobs and opportunities in defence, advanced manufacturing and other industries. Geelong supply-chain companies would benefit if Victoria won Land 400, Mr Noonan said.

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Pako Festa, now in its 35th year, is Geelong’s much loved and Victoria’s premier multicultural community festival that celebrates cultural diversity. This free event consists of a variety of activities, entertainment, workshops, street performers and multicultural food from 9.00am to 5.00pm.

Lauren has been working with the City for more than two and a half years. Lauren’s role as Engineering Technical Officer is to provide the community with documentation and technical advice relating to drainage, road and traffic infrastructure.

The street parade will commence at 11.00am. The roads listed below will be temporarily closed to motorists on Saturday 25 February: •

On a typical day, Lauren handles enquiries about developments, provides legal points of discharge, manages bonds and bank guarantees, assesses lighting plans for subdivisions as well as applications to build over an easement.

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To ensure the safe conduct of the Great Australian Beer Festival a speed reduction to 40kph will be in place on Breakwater Road from 12.00pm to 8.00pm

Lower Hearne Parade in Eastern Park will be closed to vehicles on Tuesday 21 February from approximately 6.00am until midday. Access to the Limeburners Boat Ramp will be available via Limeburners Road. Emergency access will be maintained at all times.

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Pakington Street between Gordon Avenue and Waterloo Street, Geelong West, closed from approximately 3.00am to 11.00pm. Autumn Street between Pakington Street and Coquette Street, closed from approximately 3.00am to 11.00pm. Waratah Street between Pakington Street and Askew Street, closed from approximately 3.00am to 1.00pm. A no standing zone will be implemented on the north side of Waterloo Street and south side of Collins Street.

Emergency access will be maintained at all times during the road closure times. ACCESS TO WOOLWORTHS, GEELONG WEST During the event access to the Geelong West Woolworths is available at all times via Collins Street, or alternatively via Waratah Street after 1.00pm. TEMPORARY CHANGED BUS ROUTES

COUNCIL MEETING The next meeting of Council will be held on Tuesday 28 February 2017 at 6.30pm, at the Council Conference and Reception Centre, City Hall, Geelong. Enter through the Little Malop Street entrance.

Emergency access will be available at all times.

For more information contact the events organiser on 0403 711 871.

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This meeting is open to the public.

Bus times and routes have been altered across the event day. Bus stops along the event course cannot be serviced during the event. Revised public transport timetables are available on www.ptv.vic.gov.au, www.mcharrys.com.au or www.cdcvictoria.com.au FURTHER INFORMATION For further information on the events program, visit www.pakofesta.com.au

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TEMPORARY CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS SATURDAY 18 FEBRUARY AND SUNDAY 19 FEBRUARY 2017 The IRONMAN 70.3 Geelong returns to our waterfront for another year. The weekends’ sports program includes IRONKIDS and the IRONMAN 70.3 Geelong. During the event, the participants will be running and cycling on the roadway. To ensure everyone’s safety, temporary road closures and traffic treatments will be implemented.

The IRONMAN 70.3 Geelong triathlon starts at 7.00am from Eastern Beach. Road closures for this event include tow away areas and detours. Please refer to the map for details of the traffic treatments being implemented for this event.

Tow Away Areas apply in Ritchie Boulevard from 6.00am to 6.00pm, Upper Eastern Beach Road from 6.00am to 2.00pm and Western Foreshore Road Car Park between Western Beach Road and Cunningham Pier from 6.00am to 4.00pm. Road closures to these roads will be in place from 4.00am to approximately 6.00pm.

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Motorists can travel towards Geelong from Drysdale via the west bound lanes of the Geelong – Portarlington Road on the event day.

Cunningham Pier and The Pier Restaurant: Vehicle access to Cunningham Pier is via Cunningham Street from Brougham Street only. Proceed across Western Beach Road and onto Cunningham Pier. Motorists will be directed to turn right onto Western Beach Road when exiting.

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NOTICES OF INTENTION TO SELL LAND

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SECTION 189 LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1989

The Council of the City of Greater Geelong (“Council”), acting under Clause 3 of Schedule 10 to the Local Government Act 1989 (“Act”), proposes to discontinue part of Stewarts Road, Armstrong Creek shown hatched on the plan below. The road is Crown land and once discontinued it is intended that the Crown land will be reserved for public purposes and Council appointed as the Committee of Management.

The City of Greater Geelong Council proposes to sell a portion of land, approximately 218m2, of 47 Hewat Drive, Highton (“Council Land”) being the land described in Volume 11081 Folio 713 shown shaded on the diagram below. It is intended that the land will be sold to the adjoining owner of land at 11 Ficinia Mews, Highton.

The City of Greater Geelong Council proposes to sell a reserve of area 503m2 at 700-704 Bellarine Highway, Leopold (“Council Land”) being the land described in Volume 9953 Folio 732 indicated on the diagram below. It is intended that the land will be sold to the future owner of the adjoining land at 11 and 12 Dahlhaus Court, Leopold.

Any person may make a submission to the Council on the proposed sale of Council Land. In accordance with section 223 of the Local Government Act 1989 (“the Act”), any person wishing to make a submission on the proposed sale of Council Land may do so in writing not later than 21st March 2017. A person making a submission is entitled to request in the submission that the person wishes to appear in person, or to be represented by a person to be specified in the submission, at a meeting to be heard in support of the submission.

Any person may make a submission to the Council on the proposed sale of Council Land. In accordance with section 223 of the Local Government Act 1989 (“the Act”), any person wishing to make a submission on the proposed sale of Council Land may do so in writing not later than 21st March 2017. A person making a submission is entitled to request in the submission that the person wishes to appear in person, or to be represented by a person to be specified in the submission, at a meeting to be heard in support of the submission.

Submissions must be addressed to Manager, Property and Procurement, Greater Geelong City Council, PO Box 104, Geelong Vic 3220. Any persons making a submission and wishing to be heard either personally or by a specified representative will be given that opportunity before a meeting of the Submissions Review Panel to be held at a time and location to be advised.

Submissions must be addressed to Manager, Property and Procurement, Greater Geelong City Council, PO Box 104, Geelong Vic 3220. Any persons making a submission and wishing to be heard either personally or by a specified representative will be given that opportunity before a meeting of the Submissions Review Panel to be held at a time and location to be advised.

All submissions will be considered in accordance with section 223 of the Act. Submitters should note that Regulations made under the Act require the Council to make available for public inspection submissions received in accordance with section 223 of the Act during the previous 12 months.

All submissions will be considered in accordance with section 223 of the Act. Submitters should note that Regulations made under the Act require the Council to make available for public inspection submissions received in accordance with section 223 of the Act during the previous 12 months.

Any person may make a submission to the Council on the proposed road discontinuance. In accordance with section 223 of the Act, any person wishing to make a submission on the proposed discontinuance may do so in writing not later than 20 March, 2017. A person making a submission is entitled to request in the submission that the person wishes to appear in person, or to be represented by a person to be specified in the submission, at a meeting to be heard in support of the submission. Submissions must be addressed to Manager, Property & Procurement, Greater Geelong City Council, PO Box 104, Geelong Vic 3220. Any persons making a submission and wishing to be heard either personally or by a specified representative will be given that opportunity before a meeting of the Submissions Review Panel to be held at a time and location to be advised. All submissions will be considered in accordance with section 223 of the Act. Submitters should note that Regulations made under the Act require the Council to make available for public inspection submissions received in accordance with section 223 of the Act during the previous 12 months.

RATES REMINDER Are you paying your rates in instalments? If yes, the third instalment payment is due by Tuesday 28 February 2017.

NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMIT The land affected by the application is located at: 1/45 Newbay Close, Barwon Heads

PAYMENT OPTIONS FOR RATES AND INVOICES The City currently offers the following payment options: • • • • •

Direct Debit BPay Via our website*: www.geelongaustralia.com.au/rates Phone*: 1300 858 058 At our Customer Service Centres*

*All credit and debit card payments incur a payment processing fee of 0.4 per cent. Save time, go on-line. To receive your rate notice via email, sign up at www.geelongaustralia.com.au/rates For hassle free, automatic bill payment you may elect to pay your rates by Direct Debit from your bank account in full, by four instalments, by nine monthly instalments or by twenty fortnightly instalments. Visit www.geelongaustralia.com.au/rates or contact us on 5272 5272 to apply.

BLUE-GREEN ALGAE In the interest of public health the City advises that high levels of blue-green algae have been detected in: • Cowies Creek - Anakie Road, Lovely Banks The City advises people should avoid contact with the water and should not eat fish caught from the contaminated water. Please avoid pets making contact with the water in these reserves. If skin contact should accidentally occur, wash immediately in fresh water. Contact with blue-green algae can cause skin rashes, eye and ear infections, vomiting and diarrhoea, mouth ulcers, sore throats and asthma symptoms. Anyone experiencing a reaction should seek medical help. Warning signs have been erected at the affected waterways. For more information call us on 5272 5272.

The application is for a permit to: Construction of a fence in Special Building Overlay and Variation of Covenant No. PS546318W to allow the construction of a fence.

AMENDMENT C365 NOTICE OF THE PREPARATION OF AN AMENDMENT - GREATER GEELONG PLANNING SCHEME PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT ACT 1987 NEWTOWN WEST HERITAGE AREA

The applicant for the permit is: St Quentin Consulting Pty Ltd

The Greater Geelong City Council has prepared Amendment C365 to the Greater Geelong Planning Scheme. The land affected by the amendment is located in the Newtown West Heritage Area, the Upper Skene Street Heritage Area, the West Melbourne Road Heritage Area, and individual properties at:

The application reference number is: PP-1358-2016 You may look at the application and any documents that support the application at: • • •

The City's website www.geelongaustralia.com. au/advertisedplanning

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The amendment proposes to implement the findings of the Newtown West Heritage Area Review 2016 through the application of the heritage overlay to three precincts and five individual sites in the Newtown West area of Geelong. Existing individual heritage overlays will be deleted from three properties. You may inspect the amendment, any documents that support the amendment and the explanatory report about the amendment, free of charge, at the following locations:

The application can be viewed during office hours and is free of charge.

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be sent to the Responsible Authority in writing include the reasons for the objection state how the objector would be affected

The responsible authority must make a copy of every objection available at its office for any person to inspect during office hours free of charge until the end of the period during which an application may be made for review of a decision on the application. The Responsible Authority will not decide on the application before Sunday 5 March 2017. If you object, the Responsible Authority will advise you of its decision.

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Brougham Street Customer Service, Ground Floor, 100 Brougham Street, Geelong VIC 3220 Monday to Friday - 8.00am to 5.00pm ‘Amendments’ section of the City’s website www.geelongaustralia.com.au/amendments/ Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website www.delwp.vic.gov.au/public-inspection

Any person who may be affected by the amendment may make a submission to the planning authority about the amendment. Submissions must be made in writing giving the submitter’s name and contact address, clearly stating the grounds on which the amendment is supported or opposed and indicating what changes (if any) the submitter wishes to make. Name and contact details of submitters are required for council to consider submissions and to notify such persons of the opportunity to attend council meetings and any public hearing held to consider submissions. The planning authority must make a copy of every submission available at its office for any person to inspect free of charge for two months after the amendment comes into operation or lapses. The closing date for submissions is Monday 27 March 2017. Submissions must be in writing and sent to The Coordinator, Strategic Implementation Unit City of Greater Geelong, PO Box 104, Geelong VIC 3220; or • •

by email strategicplanning@geelongcity.vic.gov.au or lodged online at www.geelongaustralia.com.au/amendments

For further information call the Strategic Implementation Unit on 5272 4820. PETER SMITH - COORDINATOR STRATEGIC IMPLEMENTATION

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THE VICTORIAN CYCLING CRITERIUM CHAMPIONSHIPS TEMPORARY CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS EASTERN PARK, GEELONG SUNDAY 26 FEBRUARY 2017 Motorists are advised that Hearne Parade, Upper Hearne Parade and a section of Eastern Park Circuit will be closed on Sunday 26 February between approximately 7.00am and 5.30pm.

BARWON HEADS TRIATHLON TEMPORARY CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS - SUNDAY 26 FEBRUARY 2017

Access to and from the Limeburners Boat Ramp will only be available via Ryrie Street and Limeburners To ensure the safe conduct of the Barwon Heads Triathlon, Ewing Blyth Drive and Thirteenth Beach Road Road during the road closure. between Bridge Road and Blackrock Road, Barwon Heads will be closed to all traffic between approximately 8.00am to approximately 10.30am on Sunday 26 February 2017. Emergency access will be maintained at all times. For further information contact the City’s Recreation and Open Space Unit on 5272 5272. For further information visit www.swracemanagement.com

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Tumours can’t steal peace of mind By Luke Voogt

THRILLS: Susan Cauchi enjoys the wind in her hair during a Harley ride

ADRENALINE RIDE: Susan Cauchi’s son Max on the back of Harley for the first time.

WEEKEND TO REMEMBER: Susan Cauchi with son Max and mother Laura. other was entangled with her sagittal sinus, which drains blood from the front of the brain. “If they nick that they can’t stop the bleeding.” A number of terminally-ill patients attended the weekend, including a five-year-old girl from South Australia, whose family Trek Hardware helped sponsor for the weekend.

“For them to have that precious time with their families and to run around with other children in the same position is just fabulous,” Susan said. Werribee and District 4WD club ran many of the activities, incuding off-road action, and cooked breakfast.

“Those guys don’t need an excuse to go camping - they love it!” Susan said. “It’s awesome to know people would want to do something like that with us.” Peace of Mind is a Geelong charity which supports people with brain cancer. It will host a women’s retreat in October.

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Barwon Heads’ Susan Cauchi lived with two “benign” brain tumours for six years before hearing the words which shook her to her core. “My last MRI showed significant growth and the doctors told me to prepare for surgery,” the single mother said. “It’s taken me six months to work through those four words.” But a scenic Harley ride on the Great Ocean Road has “restored her confidence”. “I came away feeling ready to take on what’s ahead,” she said. Susan joined 120 people (including volunteers) at Peace of Mind’s family retreat on the Surf Coast on the weekend. Her son Max went with her, a day after turning 12, making the weekend even more memorable. Her “petrol head” son enjoyed activities including jet skiing, muscle car rides and outdoor cinema, although he was initially reluctant to get on a Harley. “My son was absolutely terrified - he was convinced he was going to fall off. But (The rider) showed Max how to put his hands out and he did that all the way back home.” “These are all things my son has been busting to do, but as a single mum it’s a bit out of my capability.” Susan’s 68-year-old thrill-seeking mum Laura travelled from Sydney for the event. “(Riding on a Harley) been one of her bucket list things for as long I can remember,” Susan said. “She says she’s going to come back as a biker in the next life.” “We left there with sore faces from smiling so much.” Susan has been on “watch and wait” for five years, but recent tumour growth has put her life in danger. The 47-year-old will undergo her final assessment before surgery on 27 February. She said one tumour was “an easy fix” but the

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‘Appy-travellers’ with bus tracker By Luke Voogt Geelong commuters can now track their bus using an online app, State Government has announced. Public Transport Victoria’s (PTV) Next 5 feature, on its app and website, now lists the next five buses for any route in Geelong. Every minute PTV updates the list, which shows the estimated time of bus arrival at each stop on the route. Geelong public transport advocate Mr Westcott described the improvement as great news for travellers with smart phones. “It makes it a lot easier and a lot less stressful for people who catch the bus,” he said. “At least if it’s late - which is annoying enough - they know it’s on the way. And if it’s not coming you won’t be left standing there like a shag on a rock.” Previously, passengers only had access to timetable information and no way of knowing about unexpected bus delays.

Lara MP John Eren said the app would help commuters get home safer and sooner. “Real time information means passengers can find out exactly when their bus will arrive, even if something unexpected has happened,” he said. The improvement follows the introduction of 18 extra train services to Geelong every week in January. “It’s good, but it’s a very minor increase really when you divide it by seven days, and remember it’s each train up and back,” Mr Westcott said. Mr Westcott welcomed recent State Government plans to improve level crossings on the Warrnambool line. “Only 12 per cent of trains on Warrnambool line last month got to their destination within 10 minutes of the scheduled time,” he said. “But the main problem is it’s a single track all the way from Geelong to Warrnambool with just two crossing loops.” For real-time Geelong bus information, visit ptv.vic.gov.au

Drugs swoop nets guns and bikie A state police taskforce has arrested a bikie at Leopold after swooping on drugs, weapons and stolen goods during a series of raids on the Bellarine Peninsula. The anti-bikie taskforce members charged the Rebels motorcycle gang member with trafficking methamphetamine and multiple counts of a prohibited person possessing firearms, theft, burglary and handling stolen goods. Police remanded the 33-year-old Leopold man to appear at Geelong Magistrate’s Court on 23 June.

HEALTHY RESPECT: Local indigenous figure Aunty Colleen Howell joins Barwon Health’s Renee Owen and Robyn Hayles at a service last Monday to mark the ninth anniversary of former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s apology to the Stolen Generation. Barwon Health used the occasion to pledge improved services for indigenous Australians.

Taskforce Echo and Geelong detectives executed warrants at residential addresses on the Bellarine Hiwy, Leopold, and Murradoc Road, Drysdale, last Friday. Detectives seized a large number of allegedly stolen motor vehicles, boats and trailers. They also located firearms and drugs at the Bellarine Hwy address. The raids formed part of an investigation into members of the outlaw motorcycle club.

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“It’s a real buzz to see it, too.” The RSL hopes to spread the program to the rest of Victoria following a $400,000 State Government grant. Mr Watt said many veterans struggled with PTSD symptoms including “hyper vigilance” and depression. “They can’t reconnect because they’ve been involved in things you can talk about with a general audience. People who have toured third world countries have trouble adapting to first world problems.” Mr Watt served as an army psychologist on seven tours of Afghanistan, helping soldiers cope with the horrors of war. “At the end of the day war is a violent thing and you’re training people to do things that don’t come naturally to the average person.” Spending time with others who have experi-

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specialising in teaching children or people with Parkinson’s. “Dancing enhances social and physical well-being and stimulates good mental health. We’re trying to get people back into it.” Geelong Ballroom Dancing Club, established in 1984, holds ballroom classes every Saturday at 8pm at Hamlyn Heights. Mr Anstis’s efforts to get people dancing again follow reports in the Indy in 2013 of a lack of male dance partners. For information on the club or dance schools around Geelong, phone Mr Anstis on 0403 704 035.

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Letters Let’s hit ’em for six International cricket graces Geelong for the first time this Sunday. With the Southern Stars squaring off against New Zealand and Steve Smith’s all-conquering outfit taking on Sri Lanka, history will be made. It’s the second time international cricket has come to regional Victoria - and a major coup for Geelong. The Twenty20 blockbuster at Kardinia Park will bring fans from all over Australia. Alongside cricket, Geelong hosts AFL blockbusters, super rugby, the Asian Champions League, rugby league and A-League matches. Last year Simonds Stadium welcomed Fernando Torres and Atletico de Madrid when they took on Melbourne Victory. And last month Royal Geelong Yacht Club hosted Festival of Sails and the first Viper World Championships in Australia. Then more than 100,000 spectators flocked to the Cadel Evens Great Ocean Road Race. It’s great for Geelong - nothing’s quite like watching your heroes play in your own backyard. These events are also serious business for Geelong. They strengthen our economy, creating jobs. Just as importantly, they inspire the next generation of Geelong’s sporting stars. That’s why we’re upgrading Simonds Stadium to be regional Australia’s best sporting arena. This means the biggest and best events, more often. Victoria is the sporting and major events capital of Australia - and Geelong has runs on the board when it comes to hosting big-ticket games. On Sunday, we have yet another chance to shine on the world stage. Don’t miss it. John Eren MP Member for Lara, Minister for Sport, Minister for Tourism and Major Events

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Buckets & Bouquets Bouquets to the day manager at Officeworks Waurn Ponds on 5 February. We had problems with a purchase and he offered to drive to our home to see whether he could help. In the end it wasn’t necessary but his generous, kind offer was appreciated. He was busy enough already! Peter, Highton

Buckets to the ever-present slimy seaweed along Eastern Beach. I love walking along the beach but hate the seaweed. Come on, council, do what’s done for beaches like Hervey Bay and tractor-up the seaweed twice a week so we can be prouder of our beautiful beach. Diane, Geelong

Buckets to the driver of a truck that clipped boom gates at North Shore, causing major train delays last Wednesday morning. Your impatience, reckless driving and selfish behaviour made thousands of commuters late for work. I hope you’re fined to the hilt and that your truck licence is revoked. Furious, East Geelong

Bouquets to unknown people who assisted with a car in the Coles Belmont car park on 13 February. Thanks so much for your kind deed. I wish you all a wonderful and healthy 2017. Runaway Car, Belmont

Buckets to You’re Pushing Your Luck (Buckets & Bouquets, 10 February). Cyclists should be able to ride in car lanes when it’s safe. I bet you’ve driven in bike lanes before. Get over the motorists-versus-cyclists thing, you loser. Cyclist, Geelong West

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And justices for all As a former bail justice, I considered excellent Premier Daniel Andrews’s immediate response to the Bourke Street tragedy. Unfortunately he didn’t check the facts before taking action. Department of Justice and Regulation figures show that bail justices remand into custody 86 per cent of accused in out-of-sessions courts.

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“He said to me ‘Lonnie if you see me fall down on stage don’t worry about it’.” The press lapped it up reporting O’Keefe “rocked so hard at Geelong last night he rolled over and collapsed”. “And that’s, of course, what he wanted,” Lee said. “That’s what everyone was doing those days.” Lee played for 60,000 in Australia’s first open air rock and roll concert. “That was a monstrous affair,” he said. “But it’s also really nice to have the intimate things where you can see their eyes and they can see yours.” Lee said his last Geelong performance in 2006 at the RSL was “stacked to the rafters”. “I do close to 50 songs. It’s bang, bang, bang - I don’t just lure people in there to bore them to death with talking.” Lee does an annual gig during Seniors’ Week in the north NSW town of Maitland where the local council banned him in the late ’50s after his crowd broke chairs in the town hall. He said when pensioners normally “stooped over their walkers” sing “their faces out” he would “see all these young people again”. But he added that his Maitland fans’ chairbreaking days were well behind them. Lee's biography notes some significant firsts for an Australian rocker including being the first Australian to record a stereo album, first Australian to have a double-sided record, first Australian to have a number one hit from an album, and first in Australia to have a full-colour album cover. His hits from the late 1950s and '60s include 'Ain't it bright', 'Starlight Starbright', 'Yes indeed I do', 'I found a new love' and 'Defenceless'. His last big hit was 'Sad over someone' in 1969. Lonnie Lee will be playing at the Geelong Performing Arts Centre on Saturday 25 February at 8pm.

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MAGIC MIKE: Will 'Channing' Parfitt will perform with Magic Men at the Sphinx next weekend It’s not really a bad compliment to say I look like him because he’s pretty popular with the girls.” He got a mixed reaction from his parents back home when he told them of his new gig. “My mum wasn’t too happy but my dad didn’t mind - I just told her it was a bit more dancing then stripping.”

Channing was with the Magic Men when they came to the Sphinx last year. He said the group often did private shows in Geelong. “It’s always good fun in Geelong - the girls down there get really crazy.” Magic Men’s Girls Night Out comes to the Sphinx next Friday (24 February).

After 15 years of rocking the stage Stand and Deliver have made it to the top of the ’80s tribute scene. Described by promoters as Australia’s number one ’80s act, the band will bring their costumes, massive hair and copious amounts of glitter to Geelong next Karla Adele weekend. The band covers the artists that defined the decade - from pop legends like Madonna and Cyndi Lauper, to the rockin’ sounds of Billy Idol and INXS. The band plays at Crown Casino every Friday, and has entertained at big corporate gigs around the country. Stand and Deliver plays the Sphinx from 9pm on 25 February.

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PRESIDENT’S DRAW EVERY FRIDAY This Weeks draw Friday 13th

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You don’t have to be a Member to come here and enjoy our services. But membership is only $10 and discounts are great!! 50¢ off a pot!

Sunday Afternoon Jazz from 5.30pm - 8.30pm Members - Meal & Show $45 / Show only $25 Guest - Meal & Show $50 / Show only $30

Sunday Feb 19th - Royal Garden Sunday 26th Feb - One More George Sunday 5th March Maryborough Traditional Jazz Ensamble

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SUNDAY

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TUESDAY

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WEDNESDAY

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Sat 4th March

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As we are a ‘Club’ you are required by law to have identification on you to enter. If you live within 10 kms you are also required to become a member.

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Terrain connects An ensemble featuring 16 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dancers will bring the timeless beauty of Lake Eyre to Geelong next month. Bangarra Dance Theatre performers will grace the stage in their latest show, Terrain, in which they will explore their connection with the land. The show’s artistic director Stephen Page said he was excited about visiting Geelong. “Touring regionally is an invigorating time for us and we look forward to sharing this work with communities in regional Victoria,” he said. Indigenous television presenter and dancer Frances Rings choreographed Terrain in 2012, and it has since won two national theatrical awards. “Terrain reveals the transformative power of

the landscape and is a beautiful example of Frances’ evocative dance vocabulary, ” Page said. The show will feature the music composition of David Page, set designs by Jacob Nash, costumes by Jennifer Irwin and lighting by Karen Norris. Terrain comes to Geelong from 2 to 4 March as part of Bangarra’s regional tour. The show is the first production of GPAC’s 2017 Deakin University Theatre Season. Nine and five-show theatre season packages are available offering significant savings on single ticket prices. For details and bookings visit gpac.org. au/2017.

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Community Calendar

SATURDAY DANCE - Ballroom dance with Annmarie at The Ballroom 8-11pm, Carey St, Hamlyn Heights. All-level dancing lessons on Monday evenings. Enquiries 0403 704 035. DANCE - Ballroom dancing 8-11.30pm at Leopold Hall, Bellarine Hwy, Leopold. Music by Ben Costanzo. Entry $8 includes supper. Enquiries 0400 500 402. YOGA - Samata Yoga class 8-9.15am at Satya Centre, 100 The Terrace, Ocean Grove. Also Tuesday 6.157.30pm, Wednesday 9.30-10.30am, 11-noon, 6.307.45pm. Enquiries 0428 673 077, 0402 098 793.

SUNDAY MARKET - Torquay Cowrie Market, 10am-3pm on The Esplanade, Torquay. Enquiries cowriemarket@yahoo. com.au. CHRISTIAN - Geelong Evangelical Fellowship meets 6.30pm at Belmont Baptist Church Fellowship Room, 43 Mt Pleasant Rd, Belmont. Enquiries 0429 094 372. MEETING - Spiritualists meet 10am at Grovedale Community Hub, 45 Heyers Rd, Grovedale. Enquiries 0418 141 228.

MONDAY MEETING - Combined Probus Club with Dr Margaret Clark meets at 10am at Uniting Church, cnr Boundary and Ormond Rds, East Geelong. Enquiries 5248 6690. SENIORS - Better Hearing Support Group meets at Geelong West Senior Citizens Community Centre, 89 Autumn St, Geelong West. Enquiries 5278 8300. SENIORS - Grovey Friendlies carpet bowls, 1pm at the Hub, 45 Heyers Rd, Grovedale. Gentle exercise 9am, cards 1pm Tuesday. Bingo 1.15pm Thursday. Line dancing 9am Friday. Enquiries 0416 381 510. SENIORS - Line dancing 9am-noon at Highton Senior

Citizens Club, 84 Barrabool Rd. Also Tuesday, Friday. Carpet bowls 1.15pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday. Tai chi 9.30-10am, bingo 1.15pm Friday. Enquiries 5244 2258. LOUNGE - Village Listening Lounge offers companionship, listening ear, cuppa and chat 11am-3pm on first floor, Corio Central, Bacchus Marsh Rd, Corio. Also Tuesday-Thursday. Enquiries 5275 5807.

WEDNESDAY EXHIBITION - Exhibition Night Life explores evening fashion from the 1920s and ’30s at Barwon Park, 105 Inverleigh Rd, Winchelsea. Wednesdays to Sundays until 26 March. Enquiries nightlifecostumes.com.au. ALCOHOL - Alcoholics for Christ 12-step program 7pm at Aberdeen Baptist Church Centre, 3 Aberdeen St. Enquiries 0420 910 763.

THURSDAY CHESS - Geelong Chess Club meets 7pm at 33 Myer St, Geelong. Enquiries geelongchess.com.au. DANCE - Life Activities Club dance 2.30-4.30pm at Belmont Pavillion, Barrabool Rd, Belmont. Entry $5. Enquiries 5251 3529. MEDITATION - Meditation class 6.30-7.30pm at Satya Centre, 100 The Terrace, Ocean Grove. Entry by gold coin. Enquiries 0428 673 077. PHILOSOPHY - Philosophy discussion group 2-4.30pm at Pear Tree Café, Gilbert St, Torquay. Enquiries 5264 7484.

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APPEAL - Volunteers wanted to help run Rosewall Community Festival. Enquiries 5275 7409. APPEAL - Volunteers wanted to help run Night Life exhibition. Enquiries volunteers@nattrust.com.au. CLEAN-UP - Registrations for 2017 Clean Up Australia sites open at cleanupaustraliaday.org.au. BREASTSCREEN - Free appointments for 10-minute screening available, BreastScreen, 78 Gheringhap St, Geelong. Bookings 13 20 50 or breastscreen.org.au. AA - Alcoholics Anonymous invites enquiries about its service and support on 5229 1710.

FRIDAY MUSIC - Bellarine Country Music Group with Russell Erwin 5.30pm at Belmont Pavilion Hall, 162 Barrabool Rd, Belmont. Enquiries 0479 171 177. GROW - Grow meets to help depressed, lonely, isolated and anxious people at 9.30pm at Vines Road Community Centre. Enquiries 1800 558 268. The Geelong Indy’s Community Calendar is a free service for not-for-profit community organisations. Entries appearing under specific days are printed the week of the event only. Deadline for submission is the Friday before the intended date of publication. Please keep submissions short, simple and include the day, date, time, location and a contact phone number. Emails without attachments are preferred. Email editorial@ geelongindependent.com.au, phone 5249 6700 or fax 5249 6799. 23 GEELONG INDY Friday, 17 February, 2017


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6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 Four Corners [s] 10:45 Media Watch (PG) [s] 11:15 Pointless [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 1:00 Newtonʼs Law (M a) 1:55 Scott & Bailey (M a,v) 2:45 The Cook And The Chef [s] 3:10 Father Brown (PG) 4:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 5:00 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Pointless [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Outback ER (PG) [s] 8:30 Ice Wars (M a,l) [s] 9:30 Human Universe With Brian Cox: A Place In Space And Time 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:00 The Business [s] 11:20 Q&A [s] 12:25 Randling [s] 12:55 rage (MA15+a,l,d,n,s,h,v) 3:30 Human Universe With Brian Cox [s] 4:30 The New Inventors [s]

6:00 ABC News [s] 10:00 Q&A [s] 11:05 Wild Kitchen [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 12:30 National Press Club 1:30 The Book Club (PG) 2:00 Scott & Bailey (PG) 2:50 The Cook And The Chef [s] 3:15 Father Brown (PG) 4:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 5:00 ABC News [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Pointless [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Julia Zemiroʼs Home Delivery: Lee Lin Chin [s] 8:30 The Weekly With Charlie Pickering (M) 9:00 Walliams and Friend (M s) 9:30 Adam Hills: The Last Leg (M l,s) [s] 10:10 Catastrophe (M l,s) 10:40 Lateline [s] 11:10 The Business [s] 11:25 Four Corners (M a,l,s) 12:15 Media Watch (PG) 12:30 The Weekly With Charlie Pickering (M)

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 Australian Story [s] 10:30 Hatch, Match And Dispatch (PG) [s] 11:00 One Plus One (PG) 11:15 Pointless [s] 12:00 ABC News 1:00 Adam Hills: The Last Leg [s] 1:40 The Kumars (M s) 2:10 Walliams and Friend [s] 2:45 The Cook And The Chef [s] 3:10 Father Brown (PG) [s] 4:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 5:00 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Pointless (PG) 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Dream Gardens (PG) [s] 8:30 Newtonʼs Law (M a) 9:30 No Offence (M a,s,l,v) 10:20 Lateline [s] 10:50 The Business [s] 11:05 Judith Lucy Is All Woman (PG) 11:35 The Trip To Italy (M l,s) 12:05 My Last Summer (M a,l) 12:55 Randling (PG)

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5:30 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Midday Movie: “Witch Hunt” (M a.v) (ʼ99) Stars: Dennis Hopper 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Prime News [s] 7:00 Better Homes And Gardens [s] – Joh visits the team behind the latest Instant Restaurant on My Kitchen Rules. 8:30 Friday Night Movie: “The Blind Side” (PG v) Stars: Sandra Bullock & Quinton Aaron 11:15 Program To Be Advised 12:15 The Amazing Race: Pretty Fly For A Food Scientist (PG) 1:15 Harryʼs Practice [s] 2:00 Program To Be Advised 4:00 Dr Oz: Oprah Winfrey: Her Health Epiphany (PG)

6:00 NBC Today 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show Weekend [s] 12:00 Program To Be Advised 1:30 Horse Racing: Lightning Stakes [s] 5:00 Seven News At 5 [s] 5:30 Border Security - Australiaʼs Front Line (PG) [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 7:00 Saturday Night Movie: “National Treasure” (PG v) Stars: Nicolas Cage & Diane Kruger 9:30 Saturday Night Movie: “Horrible Bosses” (MA15+ l,s) Stars: Jennifer Aniston & Jason Bateman 11:40 The Goldbergs: Danny Donnie Jo Jon Jordan (PG) 12:10 The Amazing Race (PG) 1:10 Harryʼs Practice 2:00 Programs To Be Advised 4:00 Religious Programs (PG) 4:30 Sons & Daughters (PG)

6:00 Dr Oz (PG a) 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show Weekend (PG) 12:00 Kochieʼs Business Builders 12:30 The Franchise Show (PG) [s] 1:00 Program To Be Advised 4:00 Better Homes And Gardens 5:00 Seven News At 5 [s] 5:30 Highway Cops [s] 6:00 Seven News - Sunday [s] 7:00 My Kitchen Rules (PG) – Join judges Manu Feildel and Pete Evans. 8:30 Special Presentation: Hoges (M l,s) – While the success of Crocodile Dundee catapults Hoges onto the world stage, things aren't so easy at home. 10:30 To Be Announced 12:30 Winners & Losers (PG) 1:30 Harryʼs Practice [s] 2:00 Program To Be Advised 3:30 Harryʼs Practice [s] 4:00 Meet The Press [s]

5:30 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven News [s] 12:00 Midday Movie: “Abducted” (M v) (ʼ15) Stars: Kathleen Rose Perkins 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Prime News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG v,a) 7:30 My Kitchen Rules (PG) – Join judges Manu Feildel and Pete Evans. 9:00 Bride And Prejudice – The Forbidden Weddings (M l) 10:10 Ramsayʼs Hotel Hell: The Historic Calumet Inn (M l) 11:10 Autopsy: The Last Hours Of Amy Winehouse (MA15+ d,a) 12:10 Packed To The Rafters (PG a) 2:00 Programs To Be Advised 4:00 NBC Today [s]

5:30 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven News [s] 12:00 Midday Movie: “Stranger At the Door” (M v) (ʼ04) Stars: Kathleen Norris. 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] – Hosted by Andrew OʼKeefe. 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Prime News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG v) 7:30 My Kitchen Rules (PG) – Join judges Manu Feildel and Pete Evans. 9:00 800 Words (PG s) 10:00 Bones: The Price For The Past (M d,a,v) 11:00 Chicago Fire: Where The Collapse Started (M) 12:00 Greyʼs Anatomy (M) 1:00 Greyʼs Anatomy (M) 2:00 Programs To Be Advised 4:00 NBC Today [s]

5:30 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven News [s] 12:00 Midday Movie: “Deadly Exposure” (M v,n,s) (ʼ07) Stars: Andrew Prine 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] – Hosted by Andrew OʼKeefe. 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Prime News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG a) 7:30 My Kitchen Rules (PG) 9:00 Murder Uncovered (PG) 10:00 Surveillance Oz (PG) 10:30 Surveillance Oz: Dashcam (PG) 11:00 Blindspot: Devil Never Even Lived (M v) 12:00 Itʼs Always Sunny In Philadelphia (MA15+s) 12:30 Parks And Recreation (PG) 1:00 Zero Hour: Pendulum (M v) 2:00 Programs To Be Advised 4:00 NBC Today [s]

5:30 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven News [s] 12:00 Midday Movie: “The Good Times Are Killing Me” (M v) (ʼ09 Stars: Kelly Rowan 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Prime News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG v) 7:30 The Chase Australia: My Kitchen Rules Special [s] 8:30 Mighty Trains: The Bullet Train (PG) 9:30 The Investigator: A True Crime Story (M l,a) 10:30 Big Kitchens: Jumbo Jet Feast (PG) 11:00 Grimm: Maiden Quest (MA15+ v) 12:00 Movie: “The Spectacular Now” (M s,a,l) (ʼ13) Stars: Brie Larson 2:00 Programs To Be Advised 4:00 NBC Today [s]

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5:30 Today 9:00 Today Extra Summer [s] 11:30 NINEʼs Morning News [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) 1:00 Extra [s] 1:30 Married At First Sight (PG) 3:00 NINE News Now [s] 4:00 NINEʼs Afternoon News [s] 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 NINE Evening News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 RBT (PG l) 8:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 9:30 Movie: “The Equalizer” (MA15+v) (ʼ14) Stars: Denzel Washington & Marton Csokas 11:30 The Mysteries Of Laura: The Mystery Of The Crooked Clubber (PG v,s) 12:30 Anger Management (M v) 1:00 Extra [s] 1:30 TV Shop 2:00 Danoz 2:30 Global Shop 3:00 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo

6:00 Family Feud [s] 6:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 7:00 WIN News [s] 8:00 ET [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 The Talk (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil (M a) [s] 1:00 The Living Room: Summer Edition (PG) [s] 2:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 2:30 Benʼs Menu [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 The Home Team [s] 4:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 The Living Room: Summer Edition (PG) 8:30 The Graham Norton Show (M l,s) 9:30 Program To Be Advised 11:30 WINʼs All Australian News [s 12:30 The Project - Encore [s] 1:30 Late Show (PG) 2:30 Home Shopping

6:00 Fishing Edge [s] 6:00 Fishing Australia 6:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 6:30 Religious Programs 7:00 I Fish [s] 7:00 The Offroad Show 8:00 Family Feud [s] 8:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 8:30 Jamieʼs 15 Minute Meals [s] 8:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 9:00 RPM: Summer Series [s] 9:00 Benʼs Menu [s] 9:30 Studio 10: Saturday (PG) [s] 9:30 Studio 10: Sunday (PG) [s] 12:00 Program To Be Advised 12:00 The Living Room (PG) 1:30 The Doctors (PG) 1:00 The Doctors (PG) [s] 2:30 Places We Go With Jennifer 2:00 Benʼs Menu (PG) Adams 2:30 The Home Team [s] 3:00 I Fish [s] 3:00 Food Lab With Ben 4:00 Seafood Escape With AnMilbourne drew Ettingshausen [s] 3:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:30 RPM: Summer Series [s] 4:00 Whatʼs Up Down Under [s] 5:00 TEN News First At 5 [s] 4:30 Escape Fishing With ET [s] 6:00 Family Feud - Sunday [s] . 5:00 TEN News First At Five 6:30 Bondi Rescue (PG) 6:00 Gold Coast Cops (PG l,v,d) 7:00 Iʼm A Celebrity... Get Me Out 6:30 Scorpion (PG a) Of Here! (PG l,a) [s] 7:30 MacGyver: Large Blade (M) 8:30 24: Legacy (M v,s) 8:30 Hawaii Five-0 (M) 9:30 Homeland (M l,n,d) 9:30 Program To Be Advised 11:30 48 Hours (M a) 11:30 48 Hours (M a) 1:30 Home Shopping 1:30 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS - This Morning 4:30 Religious Program

6:00 Family Feud [s] 6:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 7:00 WIN News [s] 8:00 ET [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 The Talk (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil (M) [s] 1:00 Program To Be Advised 2:30 Alive & Cooking [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 The Home Team [s] 4:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful (PG) [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Iʼm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! (PG) [s] 9:00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (M) 9:30 Life In Pieces (PG) 10:30 The Odd Couple (PG) [s] 11:30 WIN News [s] 12:30 The Project - Encore [s] ) 1:30 Late Show (PG 2:30 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS - This Morning

6:00 Family Feud [s] 6:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 7:00 WIN News [s] 8:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 The Talk (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil (M) [s] 1:00 Program To Be Advised 2:30 Alive & Cooking [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 The Home Team [s] 4:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Iʼm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! (PG l,a) [s] 8:30 NCIS (M v) 9:30 NCIS: Los Angeles (M v) 10:30 Program To Be Advised. 11:30 WIN News [s] 12:30 The Project - Encore [s] ) 1:30 Late Show (PG 2:30 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS - This Morning

6:00 Family Feud [s] 6:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 7:00 WIN News [s] 8:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 The Talk (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil (M) [s] 1:00 Program To Be Advised 2:30 Alive & Cooking [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 The Home Team [s] 4:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Iʼm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! (PG) [s] 8:30 This Is Us: Kyle (M s) 9:30 Madam Secretary (M) 10:30 Program To Be Advised 11:30 WIN News [s] 12:30 The Project - Encore [s] ) 1:30 Late Show (PG 2:30 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS - This Morning

6:00 Family Feud [s] 6:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 7:00 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 8:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 The Talk (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil (M) [s] 1:00 Program To Be Advised 2:30 Alive & Cooking [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 The Home Team [s] 4:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Iʼm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! (PG l,a) [s] 9:00 Gogglebox (M) [s] 10:00 Law & Order: SVU (M a) 11:00 Blue Bloods: Lost Souls (M) 12:00 WIN News [s] 1:00 Late Show (PG) 2:00 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS - This Morning

5:00 CCTV English News [s] 6:00 Worldwatch 5:00 CCTV English News [s] 1:00 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 NHK World English News [s] 5:30 NHK World English News [s] 6:00 Worldwatch 2:00 In The Frame [s] 6:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Strip The Cosmos: Secrets 3:00 The Point Year In Review 1:00 PBS Newshour [s] Of The Black Hole [s] 2016 [s] 2:00 Small Business Secrets [s] 2:00 Speedweek [s] 3:30 Floyd Fjord Fiesta: Norway / 2:30 ISU Figure Skating [s] 4:00 Cycling: Voxwomen *Live* Sweden 3:30 Byzantium: A Tale Of Three 4:30 FIFA World Cup 2018 4:05 Thai Street Food With David Cities (PG) Magazine Thompson: Noodles [s] 4:30 Secrets Of The Castle [s] 5:00 Small Business Secrets [s] 4:35 Jonathan Phangʼs Gourmet 5:30 Going Places With Ernie 5:35 WWII Air Crash Detectives: Express: Venice to London [s] Dingo (PG) Conspiracy Or Confusion? (PG) 5:30 Letters And Numbers [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 6:00 Food Safari: Korean Safari [s] 7:35 The Supervet (PG) [s] 7:30 The Silk Road (PG) [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 8:30 Movie: “The Ghost Writer” 8:30 Trumpʼs Divided States Of 7:30 Great British Railway (M l,a) (ʼ10) Stars: Ewan America [s] – Part two of an inJourneys (PG) [s] McGregor & Pierce Brosnan vestigation into the deep divisions 8:30 Drama Movie: “No Country 10:50 Undressed (PG) and bitter polarisation that grew For Old Men” (MA15+v) (ʼ07) 11:50 Movie: “R” (MA15+a,s,v,l) during the Obama presidency. Stars: Tommy Lee Jones. (ʼ09) (in Danish and Arabic) 10:35 Robin Williams 10:45 SBS World News Late [s] 1:35 Comedy Movie: “Oldboys” Remembered [s] 11:15 Drama Movie: “Blue Is The (M s,l) (ʼ09) (In Danish) 12:00 Super Woman In Kabul (M v,l) Warmest Colour” (MA15+s,n) (ʼ13) 3:20 Horror Movie: “We Are What 1:15 Growing Up Trans (PG a) (In French) We Are” (MA15+a,v) (ʼ10) 2:50 Love In Full Colour (PG) 2:15 Life Of Crime (M a,ls) (In Spanish) 3:45 Al Capone: Icon (M v) 3:10 The Last Panthers (M n,v,l)

6:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Al Jazeera News [s] 2:00 Andre Rieu: Gala - Live In Amsterdam 3:05 The Missing Evidence: The Death Of Marilyn Monroe (PG a) 4:00 Dogs: Their Secret Lives [s] 5:00 Living Black [s] 5:30 Letters And Numbers [s] 6:00 Food Safari: Mauritian Safari 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 Michael Mosley: Trust Me, Iʼm A Doctor (PG) 8:30 Greece With Simon Reeve (PG) – Simon Reeve travels to Greece, one of the most beautiful, troubled, and extreme countries in Europe. 9:35 Undressed (PG) 10:35 SBS World News Australia [s] 11:05 The World Game [s] 11:35 Mammon (M a,l) 1:35 Mad Men: The Final Season: Person to Person (M d) 3:40 Cucumber (MA15+s,n)

6:00 Worldwatch 1:00 PBS Newshour [s] 2:00 Derren Brown: The Great Art Robbery 3:25 Cancer: The Emperor Of All Maladies (PG) 4:30 Born In The Wild (PG s,a) 5:30 Letters And Numbers [s] 6:00 Food Safari: South American 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 Meet The Trumps (PG) - Who is Donald Trump? What makes him tick? 8:30 Insight [s] 9:30 Dateline (M a) 10:00 SBS World News Late [s]. 10:30 The Heavy Water War (M a,l) – A 3-part dramatisation of one of the most exciting stories from the Second World War. 12:10 Black Panthers: Vanguard Of Revolution (M a,l) 2:10 24 Hours In Emergency (M) 3:05 24 Hours In Police Custody (PG v)

6:00 Worldwatch 6:30 UEFA Champions League - *Live* Leverkusen take on Atletico Madrid at Bay Arena. 9:00 Worldwatch 1:00 PBS Newshour 2:00 Who Do You Think You Are? (PG) [s] 3:00 Dateline [s] 3:30 Insight [s] 4:30 My Wild Affair: The Rhino Who Joined the Family (PG) [s] 5:30 Letters And Numbers [s] 6:00 Food Safari [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 Tony Robinson Down Under: Eureka (PG) 8:35 The Eighties (PG) 9:30 Revenge (MA15+v) 10:30 Gangland Undercover: Dangerous Game (MA15+d) 11:20 SBS World News Late [s] 1:45 Biography Movie: “Coco Chanel And Igor Stravinsky” (MA15+s) (ʼ09) (In French and Russian)

5:00 CCTV English News [s] 5:30 NHK World English News [s] 6:00 Worldwatch 1:00 PBS Newshour 2:00 Doping In Sport [s] 3:00 Living Black: Eye Health [s] 3:30 Murdoch (PG) [s] 4:35 Warwick Davis And The Seven Dwarves Of Auschwitz (PG a) 5:30 Letters And Numbers [s] 6:00 Food Safari: German [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 Great British Railway Journeys: Oxford To Luton [s] 8:05 Destination Flavour Singapore [s] 8:35 Food Detectives [s] 9:35 Deutschland 83: Northern Wedding (MA15+a) 10:30 SBS World News Late [s] 11:00 Magnifica 70 (M a,s,v,l) 1:00 Musical Movie: “Hipsters” (MA15+s) (ʼ080) (In Russian) 3:25 Trivia Nights (M s,l)

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6:00 rage (PG) [s] 7:00 Weekend Breakfast [s] 9:00 Insiders [s] 10:00 Offsiders [s] 10:30 Australia Wide Special [s] 11:00 The World This Week [s] 11:00 Compass (PG) 11:30 Songs of Praise: Halifax [s] 12:00 Landline [s] 1:00 Golf: Womenʼs Australian Open: Final Round [s] 6:00 Julia Zemiroʼs Home Delivery: Annabel Crabb (PG) 6:30 Program To Be Advised 7:00 ABC News - Sunday [s] 7:40 Grand Designs: South Cornwall [s] 8:30 Midsomer Murders: Last Man Out (M v) 10:00 Dior And I (M l) 11:30 The Tunnel (M a,l,v) – As youths are burnt alive, police suspect the hand of the Truth Terrorist once more. 12:20 Rage (MA15+a,l,d,n,s,h,v)

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6:00 rage (PG) [s] 10:30 rage: Guest Programmer (PG) 11:15 Pointless [s] 12:00 Ice Age Giants [s] 1:00 Golf: Womenʼs Australian Open: Round 3 [s] 6:00 Grand Designs: House Of The Year [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Death In Paradise (PG) [s] – A young model is strangled straight after coming from the catwalk at a fashion show. 8:30 Call The Midwife (M a) 9:30 New Tricks: Last Man Standing (PG) – Gerry fights to clear his name before his enemies catch up with him. 10:30 Newtonʼs Law: The Butterfly Effect (M a) 11:30 Adam Hills: The Last Leg (MA15+) [s] 12:10 rage: Guest Programmer (MA15+a,l,d,n,s,h,v) 5:00 rage (PG)

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By Alistair Kennedy It’s a bit of a stretch to call Kia the sleeping giant of the Australian automotive industry but for a company with such close links to its high-flying Korean sibling, Hyundai, it has long been something of an under-performer. That’s all changed in the last two years with back-to-back growth in sales of 20.5 per cent in 2015 and 26.5 per cent in 2016 and Kia has now moved into the top 10 of overall motor vehicles sales for the first time. This week’s test vehicle, the Sorento, is the larger of Kia’s two SUV models and it has been an important contributor in the sales growth following the arrival of its current third generation model in mid-2015. Sorento comes in four grades. In rising order of equipment and price they are Si, SLi and Platinum. Prices range from $40,990 for the petrol two-wheel-drive Si to $58,490 for the turbo-diesel AWD GT-Line. Sorento is neat and compact with a high bonnet and the characteristic Kia grille flanked by large cutouts for the foglights and eyebrow headlights topped by LED daytime running lights. Both the grille and lower air intake have an attractive honeycomb fill. The roofline flows gradually downwards from above the front seats to the rear and, while it does reduce headroom in the third row seats that’s only going to be a problem in the unlikely event of adults occupying the seats. Kia Sorento is a seven-seater, effectively an SUV-people mover crossover, so outward vision is important and the side windows are large and extend all the way to the rear. Likewise the rear of the vehicle is squared-off to enable 320 litres of luggage to be carried even when all seven seats are in use. That increases t0 1077 litres with the third row seatbacks folded, and a van-like 2066 litres with the second row also folded. Standard across all three models are roof rails and rear spoiler. SLi and Platinum add a hands-free powered tailgate and LED rear combination lights with the Platiunum getting a panoramic sunroof. The Si rides on 17-inch alloy wheels; the SLi

on 18-inch alloys and Platinum and GT-Line on 19s. The latest addition to the Sorento range, the GT-Line, added in late 2016, gets chrome wheels, stainless steel side steps, red brake calipers, red leather trim, paddle shifters, LED ice cube fog lamps, chrome accented interior and GT-Line badging. Two engines are available, 3.3-litre V6 petrol and four-cylinder 2.2-litre turbo-diesel. The V6, offered only in the 2WD models, generates 199 kilowatts of power and 318 Nm of torque at a very high 5300 rpm. The AWD Sorento models, to cater for the potential extra demands, get the diesel engine which produces 147 kW of power and a healthy 441 Nm to torque between 1750 rpm and 2750 revs. All Sorento models have a six-speed automatic transmission. Sorento’s tech features use the the Kia audiovideo navigation (AVN) system using a 7.0-inch LCD touchscreen. All models get satellite navigation with SUNA traffic information, Aux and USB input and Bluetooth functionality. Pairing is intuitive and fast. The Si has a six-speaker audio system, higher specced models a 10-speaker premium Infinity sound system powered by an external amplifier. Both have speed dependent volume control. Sorento has a five-star safety rating from Australasian NCAP. There are six airbags, including front-to-rear curtain coverage. All models have ABS with brake assist and electronic brakeforce distribution; elctronic stability control; vehicle stability management; hill start assist; emergency stop signal; reversing camera; front and rear parking sensors and a tyre pressure monitoring system. The Platinum adds lane departure warning; smart cruise control; blind-spot detection and rear cross traffic alert to the driver safety aids. The new GT-Line is the first Sorento to feature autonomous emergency braking. Entry and exit is easy with little bending and straightening requires. The front seats are large, comfortable and supportive. The middle row second row seas can slide back and forward with plenty of legroom for the tallest of adult passengers when set in the rearmost position.

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WINDSOR 1986. EC, no leaks, 2 single beds, table connects to couch for option of a small double, full waterproof annex with draught panel, carpet & large window, 15 ft long, 7.6 ft wide, two jockey wheel brackets, electric brakes, independent suspension, reg (C42-886) until June 2017, large modernlooking windows. Microwave, range-hood, electric oven, 4 burner gas cooktop, electric fridge, plenty of cupboards & storage space, upholstery & curtains in excellent condition, CD player with aux input, TV (with DVD player, USB and HDMI inputs). $6,500 ono. Phone: 0429 092 582. OFF-ROAD Camper-trailer. Galvanised, treg coupling, quality canvas, good tyres, 60L water tank, gas bottle, spare wheel, extras, registered (T48-964) inspect in Torquay. $3,750. Call Peter 0429 416 898 or 5261 4342.

MERCEDES Motorhome 2009. 157,000kms, excellent condition, one with the lot. WYN-368 $79,500ono. 0402 829 299.

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FIAT 500c Lounge convertible, 2010, as new condition, ambient white, red leather trim, 1.4L, 6 speed manual, bluetooth, sports mode. Lady owner from new used as sunday drive (Driven in the rain once). 13,339km. YAA-699. $18,000. 0419 570 520

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FORD Focus, 2004. 1.8L engine, 5 speed manual. Reg STW347. RWC, 99,200kms. Good condition. $3,500. Ph: 0412 519 295 FORD Fairmont, 1996. Good condition, duel fuel, no reg, no RWC. Vin number JGSWTY83991. $800 ono. Phone 0408 731 313 HOLDEN Stateman, 2002, 10 months reg. V6, auto, air con, mech wheels and tire. Engine, body and interior in very good condition. RZB-470. $4,400 neg. Phone: 0450 629 082 HONDA CRV 1999. Registered (PQA-014), good condition, auto, lady owners, spent $2,000 at RACV. $2,500 ono. Phone: 5267 2376 or 0409 338 960 MAZDA Tribute, 2004, V6, limited sports wagon, auto, 3.01 litres, 4WD, silver pearl, top conditioned, 152,000kms. reg until 04/17, RWC, 1HE-30L. $6,500ono. 5272 2636.

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networkclassifieds.com.au JAYCO Eagle Pop Top, December 2014 caravan like new. Used three times and well looked after, purchased in 2015. Grill & hotplate never used 3-way fridge works well & very clean, gas, electric/battery, full annexe with stow away extra room, full awning and awning bed covers as extras in great condition, Fusion stereo system with outdoor and indoor speakers. FM/AM, CD and USB, fans, lights with dimmers, outdoor light, lots of cupboard storage, garaged, RRP $29,000.00, sell $22,000 neg. Phone: 0418 661 367.

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JAYCO Swan 1994 Campervan with complete annexe in very good condition, registration (N81-634) $6,900. Please phone: 0400 114 881.

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REGAL Mini Series 1994. Two owners since new, Always kept under cover & well maintained, always kept clean. New rollout awning, and an awning for rear entrance. Two single beds, table makes kiddies bed, oven, two burner top, 3 way fridge,TV, antenna, new tyres, bearings and electric brakes serviced, all zips work, all windows work, tinted windows, heaps of storage, tare 750, easy to tow, ideal touring van for a couple, very clean shiny van, nothing to spend, inspection welcome. Registered (E33-333). $10,500. Phone: 0418 330 927. Barwon Heads.

OLYMPIC 2013 POP TOP. 15ft 6', 2 single beds, air con, battery pack, as new condition, $24,000. Phone: 0409 138 123.

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JAYCO Outback Pop Top 2009. Hot water, outside shower, solar panel, ext gas bayonet, 12v point, TV point, awning, toolbox, pole tubes, club lounge, microwave, plenty of cupboards, tows great. Excellent condition. Must sell. $28,500. Ph: 0412 531 885.

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SPORT Chance for finals LOCAL CRICKET Jim Timberlake Geelong Cricket Club continued its late season run of form with a dominant win against St Kilda last weekend. Playing at Kardinia Park, St Kilda won the toss on Saturday and chose to bat first and got off to a great start reaching 1/107. From there though, the tide turned as Nathan Alexander with 2/51 and Brenton McDonald, who took 2/74, swung the game in the Cats favour. Add to that some sharp fielding contributing to two run outs, and St Kilda slumped to be 8/193. But a fantastic 79-run eighth wicket stand pushed the score to 272 before a late declaration. In reply on Sunday, skipper Eamonn Vines showed why he is destined for higher honours, superbly crafting a glorious century at the top of the order, the emerging star showing maturity beyond his years to post an unbeaten 132. With support from Mark Pettini who made 75, 28 to Angus Boyd and 27 by Mitchell Reid, Geelong cruised to a six-wicket win to consolidate last round’s win. With one game remaining against Footscray Edgewater, coach Andre Borovec and Vines will be pressing home the importance of a strong finish to the season. In the Geelong Cricket Association, the match considered by many to be the most important in terms of jostling for ladder positions going into finals, is balanced clearly in the favour of St Josephs, after a dominant batting display last Saturday against Murgheboluc. Leigh Kentish continued his exceptional form, crafting a gutsy 147 not out on a day where all other batsmen struggled to find their feet. The star all-rounder, batting at number four, notched up his fourth century of the season so far, to

lead his side to a very healthy 271 all out at stumps. Francis Gill chipped in with 47, while earlier Luke Ibbs made 38 at the top of the order. For the Frogs, Nathan Baxter was the eighth bowler to be tossed the ball, but returned the best figures for the day with 4/47 from 17 overs, while Dylan Grozdanovski snared 3/42. With much to play for tomorrow, Murgheboluc look to have a tough task ahead of them, and while their batting form has been excellent of late, St Josephs boast an experienced and disciplined bowling line-up, meaning it’s hard to see the Joeys letting this one slip. In Division 2, the juggernaut that is Alexander Thomson continues to destroy everything in its path. The success-starved club looks like roaring into this year’s finals after already claiming the points on day one of their clash with St Albans Breakwater, and will surely push for maximum outright points tomorrow. The Vikings bowled first and didn’t have it all their own way early, the Saints reaching 55 before losing their first wicket. But from there, a collapse of monumental proportions ensued, as all 10 wickets fell for the addition of just 39 more runs, a final score of just 94 the result. Sean Tindale continued his good form with 3/23, but it was Sanjeewa Jayasekara who was the star, claiming 6/28 from 15 overs. In reply, Alexander Thomson made sure an opportunity of first day points wasn’t lost, cruising to 6/162 at stumps, Michael Cox top scoring with 61. For St Albans Breakwater, Sean Bogan did what he always does and bowled his heart out, taking 5/48 in a classy spell of bowling. Tomorrow, the Vikings will most likely declare on their overnight score and push for 10 points, a feat that may well see them in the top six if they can pull it off.

Corio has catch options everywhere ON THE BITE Chris Pitman Corio Bay provided anglers with many different options last week. Geelong’s waterfront hosted anglers casting soft plastics in tight around structure for pinkie snapper and flathead along with the odd Australian salmon to almost 1kg. On the Bellarine Peninsula, Indented Heads produced reasonable squid catches along with good numbers of whiting. First and last light was peak bite time for whiting over the past couple of weeks, particularly for the larger fish. Tenderised squid and pippie baits did the trick again, with garfish also a viable option over the grassy sections of water in 4m to 5m. Queenscliff Harbour remained solid for silver trevally on both bait and lure. Soft plastic anglers had success with worm-style plastics rigged on jig heads heavy enough to bump the bottom effectively. Kingfish fever continued raging in The Rip where jigging with 150g knife jigs got or trolling freshly caught squid worked well on fish to 8kg. Supplies of fresh squid were found while casting or drifting with artificial jigs around the entrance to Swan Bay or in Queenscliff Bight. Trelly’s Geelong’s Adam Van Der Lugt spent an hour or two chasing bream down at Queenscliff where he tangled with a solid fish of 47cm. Inside the Barwon River estuary, land-based anglers banked salmon, whiting and trevally between the bridge and the Sheepwash. Small pieces of prawn did the trick. Offshore from Ocean Grove and Barwon Heads, anglers had success on both sharks and kingfish. Trolling with X-Rap lures behind the back of Point Lonsdale was a great tactic on the kings, while also successful were anglers who sounded up schools of fish on reef areas before deploying knife jigs. Gone Fishing Charters’ Chris Vasilevski had a

WHOPPER: Adam Van Der Lugt's big Queenscliff bream. ball putting his clients onto some fast-paced shark fishing. Makos to 35kg were not too hard to come by on the drift, with numerous sharks boated in the one outing. Land-based anglers fishing for salmon along the Surf Coast caught fish to 1.5kg while casting lures from the rock platforms and beaches. The higher incoming tides fished best. Freshwater fishos enjoyed exceptional fishing for redfin at Lake Purrumbete. The size was limited to around 25cm but the sheer numbers of reddies made for great fun. Wurdi Boluc Reservoir, ‘The Lake of 1000 Casts’, also produced plenty of redfin similarly sized to the catches at Purrumbete the size is not quite there. The larger models for which the reservoir is renowned should appear over the next few months. Carp kept anglers entertained along the Barwon River from Breakwater to Queen’s Park. Super-sweet corn kernels rigged on light running sinker rigs were effective on fish the 6kg. Next week should present opportunities to target kingfish, likely to hang around for another month or two yet. Otherwise, whiting will be an option in 5m to 6m out from St Leonards’ yacht club at first or last light, the Barwon estuary should begin firing up with elephant fish, and freshwater enthusiast could try Wurdi Boluc for redfin.

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